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Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish novelist and poet who also enjoyed writing essays and travel writing. He was born on the 13th November 1850 and died on the 3rd December 1894. His most famous works are Treasure Island, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and A Child's Garden of Verses. Treasure Island and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde have both also become a variety of successful movies. Today he is the 26th most translated author in the world, according to UNESCO.

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Yes, I was homeschooled through highschool. I have a third and a first grader who we are teaching at home.   I am homeschooled. My parents were not and thought that school was a huge waste of their time. I did go to school for K-6 and I had the hardest time. I am glad I am homeschooled and I …
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Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Treasure Island.
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An example of an evil character by Robert Louis Stevenson would be in his book The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Dr. Jekyll is a scientist who to stay true to his good natured self creates his altore ego Mr. Hyde. So to answerthis question, Mr. Hyde would be the evil one.
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Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
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He is a respectable doctor in London who discovers a potion that can turn him into Mr. Hyde
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his first name is Henry
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Treasure Island was first published in 1883, so it was likely written shortly before that, probably after 1880.and is always been a popular book to read
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Robert Louis Stevenson wrote a lot of books, but here are some of his most popular books: •Treasure Island•Kidnapped•The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde•A Child's Garden of Verses•The Master of Ballantrae
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his effect was people could write more efficently in a common way. (invented paper)
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On December 3, 1894, at the age of 44, Stevenson died of a stroke. The natives carried his body to the peak of Mount Vaea, where they buried him. His poem "Requiem" is inscribed on his gravestone as an epitaph: "Under the wide and starry sky, Dig the grave and let me lie. Glad did I …
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because he likes aadventursbecause he likes aadventursALOT
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robert loved whiskie and he was a remarcable man.
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it's about a man named Dr Henry Jekyll, that tries to bend rational science and experiments with himself with supernatural and tries to split his soul - by separating his evil side from his good side, instead creating a pure evil figure - Mr Edward Hyde - when he drinks a potion, he becomes Hyde, an…
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Jekyll and Hyde are 2 characters in the book "Jekyll and Hyde" (a bit obvious, eh?) Where the original character, Jekyll makes a potion in which it carries out in a person their most evil being or state thus creating and calling himself Hyde. So basically the potion creates dual personalities in w…
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Although Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island was first introduced in magazine format, Stevenson added a poem to the book edition when it was first published. The poem is addressed: "To the Hesitating Purchaser." It suggests that if children of the day are too studious and too wise to be interes…
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Robert Louis Stevenson was born on November 13, 1850.
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Like many authors, Robert Louis Stephenson was influenced by events in his life. For example, he was often very ill as a child, and he used his imagination to write "A Child's Garden of Verses," which enabled him to make the best of having to stay indoors and not be outside with boys his own age. La…
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he was 44 at the time of his death from a brain hemorrhage.
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He was going to marry Emma, but he died at the wedding.
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His adventures, which included coming very near death and eking out a precarious living in Monterey and San Francisco, culminated in marriage to Fanny Osbourne (who was by then divorced from her first husband) early in 1880.
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That's Doctor Jekyll if you please. He spend a lot of time, money and effort into securing the title I think it only proper that he be afforded the distinction.
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They are similar because Jekyll, a great scientist, accidentally drinks the liquids he created, then transforms into the terrible monster inside of him (Hyde). Where as Frankenstein was created by a scientist who wanted him to be the most handsomest man in the world, but turned out to be one of the …
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I looked up and found Wikipedia say "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," but you can question this. Wikipedia's Wikipedia and the site says that it's questionable whether he did burn the manuscript or not. So... Maybe that book?
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Robert Louis Stevenson was buried in Australia
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Jim Hawkins, in mostly the chapters that is. There are like 2, 3 or 4 or so chapters that Dr. Livesy is telling the story from his point of view .
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The Jekyll and Hyde situation represents duality of man.
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yes at the university of Edinburgh,Scotland.
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Life lessons of determination through adventure that led to succes.
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Because of their very nature- any situation that threatens their delusion of being the most superior person in the world triggers an instant reaction. That can happen if you disagree, offer any suggestion or criticism, offer any advice whatsoever, tell them they made a mistake, say anything negative…
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it is the parents go to prison for murderthan girl and the boy go to school and play baseball and the girl hit the flag and gets inrouble tnane point is on the Way home the girl gets kid nap and the boy has to helps the FBI and share scre a bother has to never Tell.
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An author who wrote Treasure Island
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History
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Robert Louis Stevenson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, on 13 November 1850. He grew up in several different houses in the Edinburgh area and eventually attended the University of Edinburgh to study engineering. He would later change his direction and study law.
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He had a nightmare of a man turning into a monster. His wife awoke him and he scolded her for it.
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Robert Louis Stevenson was born on November 13, 1850 and died on December 3, 1894. Robert Louis Stevenson would have been 44 years old at the time of death or 164 years old today.
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Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
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Robert Louis Stevenson got his degree in Law, but barely used it.
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He died of a brain hemorrhage.
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It is an adventure story.
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Robert Louis Stevenson
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He married Fanny van de Grift Osbourne in May 1880
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Mount Vaea overlooking Vailima, Samoa (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&GRid=3770&PIgrid=3770&PIcrid=639815&PIpi=8942968&)
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the Richard award
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King Louis xvi was the King when Robert Louis Stevenson lived. Hope it answers your question!!
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If a person commits an atrocity for what appears to be no reason, then we ourselves may become blameless victims. We need something tangible to point at, to say to ourselves "this is why this happened." The entertainment industry, or that section of it which emphasises the darker, more violent aspec…
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Your in luck, I just had pretty much the exact same essay question and got an A for it. That is a weird coincidence though, i had 'How does Stevenson explore the complexites of human nature and the concepts of good and evil in his novella 'The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?' anyway you …
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Yes, He was married to Fanny Osborne
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He was having a horrible nightmare that his wife awoke him from. He felt cheated of a good scare so found closure in writing the novel.
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He has 2 children
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Treasure Island was published in 1883.
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They're getting married. Like me and Richard Hammond.
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No, Robert Louis Stevenson did not win a Newbery Award. The award was established in 1922. He died in 1894 so could not be considered.
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My guess is a tall, thin, studious man wearing eyeglasses. this seems to fit the media characterization of scientists in general. ( both Good and Mad).Female scientists tend to fit a somewhat Horsey profile.
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Ah, Jekyll was looking into the nature of man. More specifically, he was trying to understand why man does what he does. Jekyll as the medical man, the intellectual, the academic, could see the darker side of human nature, and tried to recognize positive aspects of it, increased strength, stamina, p…
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Here are some of the main characters from the book, Jim Hawkins, Billy Bones, Dr Livesey, Squire John Trelawney, Blind Pew,Tom Morgan, Long John Silver, Israel Hands and Ben Gunn, there are more but these are the most well known.
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Yes, he did have children of his own. He had 4 children of his own. His step- children's names are Isabel Strong and Lloyd Osbourne.
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Does he not turn into Hyde? i dont know im not that far into the book yet :)
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A nice cold Whisky.
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He had a nightmare where he got the inspiration
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Enfield remembers when hyde trampled the little girl.later on Enfield made hyde pay the girls bill.
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He was trying to change his identity
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fantasy/horror
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To be perfectly honest much of the fame and hype about the story doesn't come from the novel but from the stage performance adaptation. The transformation of the good doctor into the fiend Hyde was a acting opportunity much exploited by the actors of the time, sometimes sending the more sensitive me…
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which desserted city does poet wants to visit in the poem travel
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yes brothers(NEW RESPONDENT)Different spelling, buddy-boy! (Ug!)George Stephenson DID have a son called Robert, who followed him into the same prestigious career. But he was not the famous Scottish novelist.
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the poet robert louis stevenson states his railway journey in this poem. he convex the idea of observing those things which are glimbed and gone forever such as green feilds and natural beauty written by imran shaikh from gambat cambridge school
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Stevenson's mother kept him inside through the damp Scottish winters because of his tuberculosis. Stevenson wrote the first draft of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in three days. After he let his wife read it, he burned the manuscript-and then wrote the whole thing again from scratch! Stevenson was good …
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His stepson, Lloyd Osbourne, once drew a map of a fictional island. Finding the map creative and inspirational, Stevenson wrote the first chapter of The Sea Cook -- which was later known as Treasure Island. Each night he would write a new chapter and read it to his family the next day.
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They find the treasure, return to their homes, and live happily ever after.
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He wrote over 200 poems.
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I do not believe that Jim Hawkins has a clear visual description in the book Treasure Island. I have been searching for the answer as well and it is not mentioned in the book. 
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Approximately three days for the first draft. He burned the manuscript and completely rewrote it in another three days, then spent four to six weeks revising the text.
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dear readers, The summary of the poem is R.L Stevenson is the child mentioned in thethe child was sickly growing up (probably tuberculosis) thus when I amstronger may refer to his only ray of hope recovery .His childhood wasfull of boredom.
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poole told mr utterson that no letter had been delivered
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By drinking some kind of potion.
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through a serum which contains healthy proteins and fluids to separate the good and bad side of himself. this is because he believed that in every human lies a evil and good sides, as he tried to divide these from the inside of him,.. things got WORSE...!
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Well technically in the book Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by R.L.Stevenson Dr Jekyll Becomes Enpowered By His inner Ego Mr Hyde But mr Hyde quickly take sover so Dr Jekyll Takes action and kills Himself !! But if you are talking about something completely different then Sorry I havent A Clue !!
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What Dr. Jekyll thought was the active ingredient to his potion turned out not to be so. It was the unidentified impurity that was the active ingredient. And as Mr. Hyde killed their supplier they couldn't rediscover what the impurity was.
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Well I assume by making the evil Mr.Hyde twisted and wizened to induce horror although that's just my idea.
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No. Arthur Conan Doyle studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh 1876-1881 and Robert Louis Stevenson studied law there between 1867 and 1875.
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The late 19th century.
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Yes. He died on 3 December 1894.
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Robert Louis Stevenson said: "Everyone has to people."
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